- Version 0.55 of the client released - nothing major, unless you're Norwegian and/or running Android 2.x.
- Version 0.54 of the F-Droid client is released: https://f-droid.org/posts/client-0-54-released/Show all 9 replies
- Gotta love this. (TLDR - it's an analysis of Android apps published in various third-party app "stores", all of which were found to contain Malware and Greyware. Well, nearly all. One exception.)Show all 6 replies@firstname.lastname@example.org I really don't think I can trust anything said by an outfit claiming computer expertise that refers to an APK as an "installer". If they don't understand what installs what how can I possibly trust their " undroid" thing. Not to mention that it looks like they just totalled all the "malware" from all sources to get a scary high total that I am sure includes many duplicates. Other then pointing out how clean f-droid is this document is laughable.
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- Missed the first F-Droid Workshop in Berlin? Or enjoyed it so much you want to do it all again?
You get a second chance, this weekend.
- F-Droid Workshop in Berlin, next Saturday - https://f-droid.org/posts/f-droid-workshop-berlin/
- To welcome identi.cans to the pump.io network, the latest Puma (0.8) is in the repo today. And a new Impeller (0.4.6).Show all 9 replies
2013-06-27T16:46:13+00:00 via web To: PublicChoice of two pump .io clients in the repo now, http://ur1.ca/egiqu or http://ur1.ca/egiqw #beprepared
2012-09-13T20:50:53+00:00 via web To: PublicRelease of 0.33 of the F-Droid client - http://f-droid.org/posts/client-0-33-released/
2012-08-26T15:41:13+00:00 via web To: PublicRelease of 0.28 of the F-Droid client - http://f-droid.org/posts/client-0-28-released/
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2012-08-26T14:38:06+00:00 via web To: PublicTemporary server outage (20 minutes so far) due to a faulty router - apologies
2012-08-23T20:50:36+00:00 via web To: PublicSecurity notice - read if you're using TextSecure before 0.6.2 - http://f-droid.org/posts/security-notice-textsecure/
2012-01-28T11:11:11+00:00 via web To: PublicOdd that the that the developers of the Wikipedia app (Free software & data) would choose to use Google Maps (proprietary both) over OSM